Centreville names new football coach

Centreville High School hired a new football coach this week.
During Monday’s board of education meeting, the district tapped Tyler Langs to replace Aaron Hartong. Hartong oversaw the team the past five seasons, leading Centreville to an 8-and-36 record during that span.
Centreville athletic director Perry Baranic said Langs comes from a family with deep roots in prep football, as he is the son of longtime Climax-Scotts varsity coach Kevin Langs.
A 2006 high school graduate, Langs continued his football career at Wheaton College.
For the last two years, Langs has served as the football coach, athletic director and dean of students at Unionville-Sebewaing Area School District. It finished last season 9-and-2.
Langs said the Bulldogs will be running the wing-T offense and he looks forward to working with his players as soon as he is able. His first step, however, will be meeting with his coaching staff, players and parents.

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